Our Location

One of the NEWEST and NICEST on the Kenai Peninsula!

Our Location


To All our Valued Guests:

We are open and accepting self-contained RV’s and cabin reservations. Please call our office for reservations (or online, if you prefer). Because of the Covid 19 virus, telephone check-in procedures are in place, as the office is closed to limit contact.   Please call upon arrival for check-in (907-262-6035).  All sites are full hookup (water, sewer & electric). The restrooms are closed at this time for our guests’ protection.  The laundry is open by appointment – one guest at a time.  Please call the office for a laundry room appointment.  We will open the remainder of our services safely and responsibly as soon as we can. We ask all our guests to follow state guidelines and maintain social distancing. Check back for updates. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all this summer!

rv  RV Sites

rv_thumbWe have 35 RV sites, all with electric, water and sewer, and we do not allow tents. Fourteen sites have 50 amp. service. We can accommodate rigs up to 60 feet and most sites are 25 feet wide so you can enjoy the comfort of your slide-outs and still park your tow vehicle. We also have charcoal grills available for your use.

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home  Cottages


Two of our cottages will sleep 4 people comfortably and one cottage sleeps 2.  All cottages have a full kitchen with microwave, range w/oven, refrigerator, toaster & coffeepot. All utensils, kettles, dishes and linens are included. There is a large walk-in shower in the bathroom.   A charcoal grill is available for your use.

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fishing  Fishing

The Kenai River is best known for the world record King Salmon (97 lbs. 4 ozs.) caught by Les Anderson on May 17, 1985. Each year we have a tremendous run of salmon up the river. May, June, July and August are the best months for Kings, Sockeye, Pinks & Coho. Kenai River public bank fishing is just a short walk away. We can also hook you up with a guide for river or ocean fishing.

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binoculars  Wildlife

The Kenai Peninsula is some of the most beautiful scenery you will ever see. Have your camera ready for wildlife such as moose, caribou, bald eagles, Dall sheep, bears and countless other critters.

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road  Location

map_thumbLocated approximately 150 miles south of Anchorage, we are one block from the Kenai River and less than 5 minutes from downtown Soldotna.

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question  Questions

Still have questions? We’d love to help you have an Alaskan Adventure you’ll never forget!

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